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    cool-glass-63014

    4 months ago
    Can the certificate be a config secret and mounted as a volume or something?
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    bulky-agent-73210

    4 months ago
    If I have a stack created with inline program, can I run pulumi CLI to import some resource into it? I’m having issues because inline program does not create .yaml file.
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    nutritious-jelly-29541

    4 months ago
    👋 Hi everyone! I'm new here
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    bland-lawyer-98859

    4 months ago
    Hello 🙂 I have a question about masking secrets in the pulumi preview output : We create an AWS secret and I don't want the "secret_string" value to be shown in the pulumi preview output. How can I do that ? Python pulumi code :
    secret_version = aws.secretsmanager.SecretVersion(f"aws_secretversion_{secret_name}", secret_id=secret.id, secret_string=json.dumps(secret_value))
    Pulumi preview output :
    [urn=urn:pulumi:dev::snowflake::aws:secretsmanager/secretVersion:SecretVersion::aws_secretversion_snowflake/user/dev_usr_finops_api]
             [provider=urn:pulumi:dev::snowflake::pulumi:providers:aws::default_4_38_1::04da6b54-80e4-46f7-96ec-b56ff0331ba9]
             secretId    : output<string>
             secretString: (json) {
                 password         : "nDXw\">)ElJK=D+4$IvyJoBrbXR.LNF"
                 username         : "TEST"
             }
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    magnificent-lifeguard-15082

    4 months ago
    Feel like this has come up before but why might I be seeing
    error: It looks like the Pulumi SDK has not been installed. Have you run npm install or yarn install?
    after updating the pulumi version and updating my checkout on another machine - upgrade was fine on ci and the machine i did the bump on but now ive switched and getting this. additional context: using nix to manage pulumi-bin install
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    echoing-motherboard-16358

    4 months ago
    Q: Does anyone version their Pulumi config? I have a breaking change I’d like to make and want to use it for new stacks, but not necessarily existing ones. Really what I want is the ability to branch my config… Example reason for a breaking change: switching providers, which would replace all resources in the stack. One option I considered is adding a
    version
    parameter to my config and splitting my Pulumi code into
    src/v1
    and
    src/v2
    . This would involve a lot of duplication. Any thoughts on a more elegant solution?
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    microscopic-cpu-38113

    4 months ago
    is there a way to manage the policy from the pulumi UI?
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    microscopic-cpu-38113

    4 months ago
    besides admin and member, does Pulumi service offer something more granular in terms of access control?
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    blue-actor-6315

    4 months ago
    i have a micro stack setup with inter stack dependencies - how do i make sure that i deploy the dependencies before i try to deploy those who depend on it? i saw i the docs something about cascading updates but i'm not sure how to do that. any help on this will be much appreciated!
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    big-horse-80180

    4 months ago
    Hi all, I'm currently writing a CrossGuard policy and was wondering if it's possible to check if all API Gateways have a Web ACL Association? The
    WebAclAssociation
    resource requires ARNs which can't be manually set from both the APIGW and Web ACL. Not sure the best way to go about this (working in TypeScript) or if it's possible. I'd be wanting to test the policy with
    assertNoStackViolations
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